Dominick Burke

See also: Dominic Burke

Dominick Burke or Bourke (died 8 December 1747[1]) was an Irish politician from County Galway.

He represented the borough of Galway in the Irish House of Commons from 1735 to his death.[1][2] He was also Mayor of Galway in 1735 and 1737[3] and Recorder of the town from 1739 to 1747.[4]

His sons included Dominick, who married Margaret, widow of Francis Annesley of Ballysax and daughter and heiress of Edward Eyre of Galway, but had no issue by her, and Bingham, a Captain in the Army.[5] His daughter Sarah married George Brabazon of New Park and was the mother of Sir Anthony Brabazon, 1st Baronet.[6]


  1. 1 2 Leigh Rayment, Irish House of Commons 1692-1800, accessed 29 December 2011
  2. Hardiman, p. 232
  3. Hardiman, p. 224
  4. Hardiman, p. 230
  5. John Lodge, The Peerage of Ireland, volume IV (Dublin, 1789) p. 119-120
  6. John Burke and John Bernard Burke, A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland, second edition (London, 1841) page 601

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